Articles (Robert Kiyosaki archive)
I attended my first real estate investment class in 1974. The two-day program cost me $385, which was a fortune at the time since my salary was less than $1,000 a month.
My poor dad believed in saving money. "A dollar saved is a dollar earned," he often said. The problem was he didn't pay attention to changes in monetary policy. All his life he saved, not realizing that after 1971 his dollar was no longer money.
American workers have been getting the short end of the stick since 1943.
In January 1998, I was watching a very popular morning television show. The two very attractive hosts, one male and one female, smiled toothy grins and said, "This morning we have our network's investment expert in the studio to give us her financial advice for the start of the year."
A business-based board game is actually inspiring entrepreneurial startups.